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  • MF3018
    MF3018
    Kansas Switchgrass Production Handbook

    Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) is a warm season perennial. It has been used for livestock forage, soil stabilization, and wildlife cover, and is a leading potential cellulosic bioenergy crop. 16 pages, color cover.

    $2.25
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  • MF3029
    MF3029
    Nitrate Toxicity

    Sorghum, sudangrass, other summer annuals, and brassica species often have high nitrate levels. Avoid excessive application of manure or nitrogen fertilizer. Raise cutter bar 6 to 12 inches to exclude basal stalks. Delay harvesting any stressed forages. 4 p.

    $0.65
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  • L873
    L873
    Biological Control of Musk Thistle in Kansas

    Biological control uses a pest’s natural enemies. Using the musk thistle head and/or rosette weevil may prove to be an effective alternative method of control for musk thistles. 8 p.

    $1.30
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  • MF2950
    MF2950
    Sweetclover Toxicity

    To prevent sweetclover toxicity, recently damaged plants must not be harvested for hay. Stems of sweetclover plants should be thoroughly dry before being baled as hay. Toxicity is manifested primarily as bruising or bleeding disorders, or lameness. 2-page, color.

    $0.15
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  • C729
    C729
    Tall Fescue Production and Utilization

    This publication describes the full spectrum of tall fescue production in Kansas.

    $2.00
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